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3 3 an increase in robberies here in the city.the one tting that could be making we're off to a chilly start this morning... but the cold weather... could have somee dire consequences to your wallet.what it couud mean for you at the grooery stooe.
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3 3 baltimoreecity police are reporting a big increase in robberies this year... and there's one thinn that could &pbe making áyouá a target.mega gilliland is here with more on how you can fight back against crooks. good morring patrice,police
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say cell phhnes are luring ii ccooks.not because they're valuable, but because when you're on one... you're probably not paying much attention to your suuroundings. surroundings.just this weekend, police made more than 33 robbery arrests.iiclduing these guys...julien rosaay and nicholen maultsaby... the're accused of robbinn a couple at gunpoint in federal hill. the suspects got away with their cell phooes, wallets and jewelry. fortunately, the couple remembereddwhat the crooks looked like. "really focus as mmch as you can... facial marks, tattoos." tattoos." poliie say many theieves are targeting i-phones and droids because they can quickly number or sell them on the this morning, the word from police... just be extra cautious.i'm megan gilliland,
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fight back against crime...if you have a tip or informationn on keeping our streets safe, &pcall our "fighting ack" a baltimore city jurr convicts a man of beating and suffocating his wiff to death . in 2010, michael harrod.... told a family member he murdered his wife.an autopsy revealed she was dead for two oo three days before being discovered. the ccuse of death asphyxiation and blunt force trauma. harrod faces maximum of life in prison.he wiil be seneeenced in may. 33 outrage continues... over the death of trayvon martin.. the unarmed florida 17-year-old was shot and killld by neighborhhod watchman george zimmerman. ---what do we want justice, whenndo we want it now--- now--- hundreds of people marched in downtown baltimore monday. it was a showing of soladarity for a teenager that
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for concerns overrracial face - profiling. the protest started at the innee harbor, then went on to baltimore pooice heaaquarters bbfore ending at city hall. ms. allwine) "i'm out here because i'm outraged, i was sick, sick when read about thhs." (ms. rucker) "i mean what type of message are they pending by saying, ok, you can shoot this young lack boy down and you don't get lockedd up for it.. it." zimmerman admitteddto shootiig and killing theh unarmed teenager, who was walking to his father's home in a gated community. many people believe the shooting was racially motivated. police have not arrested immerman, who ssys he shot in selffdefense. now as greg black reports... new details have surfaced complicating what happened on february 26th. 26th. across the nation...more protests with more callssfor the arrest of a volunteer neighborhood wwtchman for the shhoting of floriia tten trayvon martin.in the miami
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school...students say the incident has opened their eyes. we felt like this is the first major protest that our &pgeneratton has actually stood up for..something that we can relate tobut things have grown more cooplicated...althoughh george zimmerman admitted he had been following the unarmed shooting...believing him to be suspicious...aa orlando sentinel article says actually walking away to his - vehicle -- when martin neighborhood watchman doesn't peny opening fire..but says it was self-defense under florida's so-called "stand a friend of zimmerman's --r ii ggorge fflt like and believed with all his eart...he had to make a decision to defend himsslf and to save his lifeit also surfaced that martin was serving a school ssspension...after being foundd in possession of an empty residue.the victim's ffmily says that has nothing to do with the shooting...and it tears me apart to sit here and listen to the slander that
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they're giving to my son and listen to not arresting the murderer of my son investigations intt the martin shooting are undeewayyat both the state and &pfedeeal level.i'm greg black rrporting. according to the office of congreeswoman sheila jaccson lee... trayvon martin's pareets will be in washington today for a meeting of the house judiciary committee. now there's another reason to hate traffic.it turns out.. congested roads are costing drivvrs 100-billion dollars a year n wasted fuel.. and lost time.that equals 400-dollars that áyouá pay every year!the department offtransportation 88-billion ollars to repair existing highways and bridges... so they on't take such a ig toll on your gas mileage. one offthe warmest winters ever comes with some consequences. early looms are in danger.... and for
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fruit growers, it means entire crops are at risk. risk. joel . smith is streaming now... live in westminster to see if the fruit there survived the night. gooo morning joel d.
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new this mmrning...you're court...where debate on the president's healthcare reform law continues today.today... the court tackles the part of the law árequiringá americans to buy health insurance.on monday, the arguements centered on the question of jurisdiction... áifá the supreme court could even rulee on this riggt now."the anti- injunction act" .. says people must first pay a tax &p... before it cannbe challenged in courtt this is not in the internal revenue code but for the purposes of colleccion and so why is this a tax? tax? it seems most of the justicee want to make a decision about healthcare now.but at least one of them questioned the povernment's argument ... saying they wanted it both ways. 3today you're arguiig that the penalty is not a tax. tomorrow you're going to be back arguing that the enalty is a tax.
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ponsumer fewer calories or exercise any more thhn their heavier counterparts. scientists think thht metabolism... but wwrn you not to go overboard.even a high metabolism can't counteract excessive amounts of chocolate. bad boy bobby broww is in ttouble with the law.. again. the singer was arrested in california on drunk driving pulled over for talking on a cell phone while driving.. and then failed a field sobriety test.this isn't brown's first run-in with the law.he has a past du-i conviction on his record from an arrest in georgia in 1996.brown is the ex- husband of deceased superstar whitney houston. coming up... jumping up... is usually a big "nn- no." natsbut why this dog's owner didn't mind hii dog jumping all over him this time. i just ran at him as fast as i could and hit him and all he said was 'ouch' and
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his eyes got that big and then the cops... 'get down.'" down.'"and... a man takes &pthe law into his own hands.. by chasing down a robber. but find out why police aren't too thankful for his help.you're watching an oregon man fights ack...
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ann chases down a bank robber. mike benner talks to the construction worker- turred crime fighter... about why he did it. it. -"i was just inding my own business."nick butler is a 40- year-old construction worker and father who on this day found himself playing the role of a crime fighter."well i noticed a gentleman that was coming out tte bank, throwing his hat off and taking his shirt off."authorities say the man had just robbed the wells fargo bank on sw main street in wilsonville.he as about to high-taillit away from the scene when butler spotted him."i just put my truck in park and got out and former high school track star ran after the suspect.weaving through traffic and eventually half mile away."he was peeling hii pants off, the lasttpart of the little uniforr he had
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on, and i just ran at him as fast as i could and hit him and all he said was 'ouch' and his eyes got that big and then the cops... 'get down.'"officers arrested 30-yeerrold matthew herstrom and hauled him off to jail.all thanks to mr. butler."on the one hand we appreciate the help and it made the &pdifference today. on the other hand, it is a risky business. people who rob banks are despprate or often armed."this suspect was perhaps desperate, but he wasn't armed.and for that, butler is grateful.all he wanted to do is keep wilsonville safe.and when asked if he'd do it again. "maybe i wouldnnt do it, but probably." fight back againnt crime...if you have a tip or information on keeping our streett safe, call our "fighting back" hotline at 410-662-1456. 3coming up...
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he forgot.. he was wearing a mic!what president obama was caught on camera saying about the upcoming election... that he thought was part of a private conversstion. you're
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fighting baak against criminals in the city..olice say there's been a big increase in robberies this yeaa.meean gilliland is here with more on the one thing that could be making you a target.
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good morning patrice,police say cell phones are llring in crooks.not because they're paluable, but bbcauseewhen you're on one... you're probably not paying much attention to your surroundings. surroundings.just this weekend, police made more than these guys...julien rosaay and nicholen maultsaby... the're accused of robbing a couppe at gunpoint in federal hill. the suspects got away with their cell phonns, wallets and &pjewelry. it's a trend... police want to warn you about. 4:00 "don't walk down the street wwth your phone in your hand... i it just makes you an easy victim."11:11 "i'm glad yoo told me because have two kids with droids." droids." police say many theieves are targeting droids and i-phones because they can quickly transfer them to another number or sell them on the street. if this were to happen to you... police say remembering little details about the victim can be crutial.things
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like facial marks or even tatoos could help detectives find the suspect who targeted you.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. fight back against crime...if you have a tip or information on keeping our ssreets safe, call our "fighting ack" hotline at 410-662-1456 police are investigating an overnight homicide in northeast baltimore.it happened just before 1-o'clock this morning on pioneer drive. when pplice rrived on the scene, they found a man who had been shot several times inn the upper body and head.he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. jury selection is expected this week... in a tragic animal abuse case. phoenix the piitull was set on fire in to be euthanized because of ad her injuries.now... brothers traverssand tramayne johnson monnay.. a jjdge ruled to .on allow surveillancc video as evidence.it shows the pair leaaing the alley where the dog was set on fire... aloog
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that video was key in a previous trial of the brothers.. that ended in a mistrial. 12:23:07 people are still interesttd he fact that thheee years has passed some people may have forgotten about it but some people may say who cares but there is a huge number of people who are following this :16 :16 this trial has been posttoned four different times. jury selection will start tomorrow. a baltimore city jury convicts a man of beating and suffocating his wiie to death . in 2010, michael harrod... told a family member he murdered his wife.an autopsy revealed she waa dead for two or three days before being disccvered. the cause of death was a combination of asphyxiation and blunt force trauma. harrod faces a maximum of life in prison.he will be senetenced innmay. "iq: why would you &pcontinue.... oq: thank rule number one in the broadcasting business is ... the mic is always hot. someone shoull have reminded the president of that.
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private exchange between him and the president of russia... and it wws all caught oo tape. tape.the exchange was captured on camera as reporters entered the room where thh meeting was taking place.here'sswhat was said. this is my last election. after my election i have more i transmit this information to vladimir, and i stand with you. he was basically asking for time on the issue of the missile defense system in europe.critics pounced on the wonder what he meant by flexibiiity... and any other unspoken plans he might have. the white house says it remains committed to a missile defense system. cold nights right now could also be costly ones for fruit growers in our area. the warm winter has put young crops at risk. risk. joel d. smith iss streaming now .... live in westminster to see if the exxreme measures one farmer took overnight was enough to save his fruit crops from disaster. good morning joel d.
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new this morning... the race for the white house comes to maryland.republican candidate newt gingrich will be inn annapolis today.gingrich's visit comes a week after &popponent mitt romney topped in arbutus.maryland's g-o-p primary is april 3rd. maryland lawmakers are trying to move baltimorr's election to coincide with the general election.the city election is currently held one year after the gubernatorial election.. resulting in low voter turnout. if the bill is signed into law the next city election would take place in 2006. the u-s supreme court is hearing arguements that will decide the future of the president's health care reform law.. they are considering weather the affordable care act is constitutional. many people are keeping their eye on the ouucome of this case ... and the implications it will have on individuals states across the country .. including maryyann. (((pat))) americans for prosperity ii and they're taking busloads of -
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lease the 2012 jetta an increase in robberies here in the city.tte one thing that could be aking you a taaget. winter felt like ssring.now spring feels like winter!just how cold it is out there this morning... and thh dire consequences the weather could have on your wallet at the grocery store. -nats of register: 12:54:44:06- 12:54:44:06-and... you could be maryland's next millionaiie. how big the megg millions jaccpot is.. and when you can find out if you're a winner. 3 3 3 today is tuesday, march 27th. 3 3
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3 3 &p baltimore city olice are reporting a big increase in robberies this year... and there's one thing that could be making áyouá a target.megan gilliland is here with more on hoo you can fight back against crooks. good morninn patrice,police say cell patrice,police say cell phones are luring in crooks.not because they're valuable, but because when you're on one... you're probably not paying much attention to your surroundingss surroundings.just this weekend, police made more han these guys...julien rosaly and nicholen maultsaby... the're accused of obbing a couple at &psuspects got away with their cell phones, wallets and jewelry. fortunately, the couple remembered what the crooks looked like. "really focus as much as you can... facial marks, tattoos." tattoos." police say many theieves are
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targeting i-phooes and droids transfer them to another number or sell them on the street. this morning, the word from police... just be extra cautious.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. fight back against crimee..if you have a tip or informatioo pn keeppnggour streets safe, call our "fighting back" hotline at 410-662-1456 3 3 outrage continues... over the death of trayvon martin.. the unarmed florida 17-year-old was shot and killed by neighborhood watccman george zimmerman. ---what do we want justice, when do we want it now--- now--- downtown baltimore monday. it was a showiig of soladarity for a teenager that has become a symbol of injustice... and the new face for concerns over racial &pprofiling. the
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protest started at the inner harbor, then went on to baltimore police headqqarters before ending at city hall. ms. allwine) "i'm out here because i'm outraged, i was sick, sick whee i read about phis." (ms. rucker) "i mean are they sending by saying, ok, you can shoot this young black boy down and you don't get locked up foo it." it." zimmerman admitted to shooting and killing theh unarmed teenager, who was walkkng to his father's home in a gated community. many people believe the shooting wws police have not arrested --3 zimmerman, who says he shott pn self defense. new detailsshave surfaced complicating what exactly happened beforr the shooting. although george zzmmeeman unarmed 17-year-old the night of the shooting...believing him to be suspicious...an orlando newspaper article reports... zimmerman told police he was actually walking away toohis vehicle... when martin viciously attacked him. it also surfaced that martin was serving a school suspension... after being found in possession of an
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empty plastic bag with marijuana residue.the victim's family says that has nothing to do with the shooting. sit here ann liiten to the ggving to my son and listen to not arresting the murderer of my son soninvestigations into investigations into the martin shooting are underway at both the state and federal level. 3 maryland is one step closer to expanding gambling to iiclude table games like black jack and roulette.the state senate gave prellminary approval to the bill on monday. if the legislature passes the bill, it will have to be approved by a majority of maryland voters. new survey showing a majority of marylanders want more studies on high-tech drilling for natural gas.its a process known as "fracking".... a controversial method for exttacting natural gas pmbedded in marcellus shaae. pand and chemicals are water, -
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injected at high pressure at least one mile underground... but that high speed drilling thee extends horizantally as far as a mile wide in each direction.and that's... what worries some environmentalists. (tidwell) "this is in mountains on the inside able to see those explosions from the surface, the interior explosions do effect water, doo effect runoff." runoff." the state of new york and marylaad have imposed moratoriums on fracking until comprehensive environmental studies are completed. cutting edge surgery out of medical center... doctors are expectee to telllthe public more about the hospital's first face transplant.. they are expected to discuss the 36- hour procedure ... this mornng at the hospital in paltimoreethey're also expect to release some details about who underwent the procedure - last week. the transplant, which includee the tongue, teeth and upper and lower
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save with a shake. new this morning... police are investigating an overnight hooicide in northeast baltimore.it happened just before 1 o'clock this morning on pioneer drive.when police arrived on the scene, hey found man who had been shot several timessin the upper body and head.he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. florida officials have finishhd the investigation into the suspected hazing death of robert champion.he's the florida a&m student who died in november after beingg beaten on a band bus.the case is now in the hands of the state attorney, who will decide the next course of action. hate traffic.it turns out.. o - congested rrads are costing drivers 100-billion dollars a year in wasted fuel.. and loss time.that equals 400-dollars
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that áyouá pay every year!the department of transportation saas it needs at least 85-billion dollars to repair existing highways and bridges... so they don't take such a ig toll on your gas mileage. 3 --spring beerfest leinenkugel's beer garden--16 different beers--every 30 minutes giveaways... t-shirts, glassware, trip to dewey beach, xffnity live vvi-p packae
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maryland's primary is coming up next week .. and been paid to the presidential &prace ann choosing the next candidate ... that's not the only office to be filled. maryland has several candidates looking to beeome the next senator to of those candidates is republican corrogan vaughn. he joins us ttis morning.
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you've run several times .. what keeps you coming back -what are the maryland faces important to youeconomic plan -biggest running against incumbent ben cardin
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3 fighting back against criminals in the city.police say there's been a big increase in obberies this year.megan giililand is here with more on the one thing that could be making you a target. good morning patrice,police say cell phones are luring in
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crooks.not because they're valuable, but because when you're on one... you're probably not paying muchh surrougs.just this urroundings. weekend, police made more han these guys...julien rosaly and nncholen maultsaby... the're accused of robbing a couple at suspects got awayywith heir e - cell phones, wallets and jewelry. it's a trend... police want to warn you about. 4:00 "don't walk down the street with your phone in your hand... i it just makes you an easy victim."11:11 "i'm glad you told me because i have two kids with droids." pollce say many theieves are targeting droids and i-phones pecause they can qqickly transfer hem to another numbbr or sell them on the street. if thhs were to happen to you... police say remembering little details about the suspect can be crutial.things liie faaial marks or even tatoos could help detectives finddthe person whh targeted you.i'm megan gilliland, fox45
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morninggnews. fight back aaainst crime...if you have a tip or information on keeppng our streets safe, call our "fighting back" hotline at 410-662-1456 the poliie chief for anne arundel county responds to a subpeona and shows up to a county council meeting monday night. night. chief james teare had up to address his nvolvement &pin the misconduct charges against county executive john leopold. even though he complied little to say to reporters or to the council. he dodged questions about weather or not he took effective action when the county executive allegedly used police officers to drive council members asked teare lotssof questions about his ties to leopold and if he's fit to be chief. "iq: why would you continue.... oq: thank you councilman." 3 councilman." 3
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chief teare insists he is still a good leader. debate on the president's healthcare reform law continues today in the u-s supreme court. court.today... he ourt tackles the part of the law árequiringá americans to buy health insurance.on monday, the arguements centered on the question of jurisdiction... even rule on this right now. "the anti-injunction act" ... says people must first pay a tax ... before it can be challenged in court. this is not in the internal revenue code but for the purposes of collection and so why is this a tax? tax? it seems most of thh justices want to make a decision about healthcare now.but at least governmmnt's argument ... saying they wanted it both wayss today you're arguing that the
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penalty is not a tax. tomorrow you're going to be back arguing that the penaltyyis a tax. the arguements are expectee to last one more day. 3the u-s soldier accused of murderingg 7 afghan villagers, most offthem children... may have carried out his deadly killing spree innseparate attacks and not in one incident, as previously peported.barbara starr exxlains... it seems there were fellow soldiers... that saw robert bales sneak off massacre. --reporter pkg-as follows -- staff sergeant robert bales snuck off his remote outpost not once, but twice, in his alleged 90 minute shooting rampage in two afghan villages, two senior u.s. officials tell cnn. cnn hass learned that after the alleged shootings in the first village, bbles snuck back into his base, according to two seen at that point by fellow
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troops. one official says investigatoos believe bales told other soldiers he had afghan men. the officials did not know whether those troops told anyone. then bales snuck outtagain and headed to the second village and was apprehended by a search party as he attempted to return into the combat outpost the second time. until ow it was believed an afghan guard was &pthe bales that night s troops on base. bales wife kariiyn believes her husband could ot committed theecould not have told the nbc today bales wife karilyn s troops on base. and alerted the u-s troops on base. bales wife karilyn told tte nbc today show she believes her husbanddcould not have committed the crime. " he loves children. and he would not do that. itts heartbreaking. i can't imagine losing my children. so my heart definitelyygoes out to hem for losing all of their children. " butteven mrs. bales says her husband wasn't himself when she poke to him at fort leavenworth kansas wheee he is being held."he was -- seemed a bit confused..as
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there."ittcould be months before the criminnl investigation is complete and bales is potentially brought to trial. ut general john allln, the top us commanner has ordered a separate investigatton into how that combat post was run by commanders, given the presence of alcohol and what happened. "i'm not going to get into unit or this particular event, i will be satisfied we have looked closely at the potential contributing factors tragically."there's no bales case, the case of quran burning, or the case of quran bales case, the indication the there's no general allen saad trrgically."event to have unfolded might have permitted this contributiig factors that at the potential we have looked closely when i get the report that event, i will be satisfied the unit or this particular details about describing "i'm not going to get iito happened."i'm not going to get into details about desccibing the unit or this particular event, i will be satisfied when i get the report that we have looked closely at the potential contributing factors that event to have unfolded is - tragically."general allen said there's no indication the bales case, tte case of quran burning, or the marines urinating on dead talibans are an indication of a broad failure of leadership in the war, but he also said he's keeping an eye oot for potential revenge killings aaainst u.s. trrops, especially in the bales matter. barbara starr, cnn,
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the pentagon happennd that night.mber what - rule number one in the broaddasting business is ... the mic is always hot. someone should have reminded the president of that. hii mmc was open duuing a private exchange between him and the presiient of ruusia... and it was all caught on tape. tape.the xchange was capturrd on camera as reporters entered the room where the meeting was taking place.here's what was said. this is my last election. after my election i have more flexibility.i understand you. i transmit this information to vladimir, and i stand with you. 3 he was basically asking for missile defense system in europe.crittcs pounced on the president's commentt.they wonder what he meant by flexibility... and any other unspoken plans he might have. the white house says it remains committed to a missile defense system.
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president obama poked fun at himself for the "open-mic" gaffe he made at the nuclear south korea. the president jokiigly covered up his miirophone before apprraching the russian preeident.of course... it stemmed from cold nnghts right now could allo be costly onns for fruit growers in our area. the warm winner has put young crops at risk. risk. joel d. mith is streaming now .... live in westminster to see if the extreme measures one farmer took vernight was enough to save his fruit crops from disaster. good morning joel d. 3 -nats of register: 12:54:44:06-
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:16 this trial has been postponed four different times.jury selection will startttomorrow. baltimore city police are reporting a big increase in robberies this year. year.just this weekend, police madd more than 300arrests. pncldding these guys...julien rosaly and nicholen maultsaby... the're accused of robbing a coople at gunpoint in federal hill. the suspects got away with their cell phones, wallets and jewelry. fortunately, the couple reeembered what the crooks looked like. "really focus as much as you can... facial marks, tattoos." tattoos."police say many police say many theieves are targeting i-phones and droids because they can quickly transfer them to another number or sell them on the street. fight back against crime...if
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you have a tip or information on keeping our streets safe, call our "fighting back" hotline at 410-662-1456 healthcare reform law 's - &pcontinues today in the u-s supreme court. court.you're lookkng live outside the court... where today... they will tackle the part of the law árequiringá insurance.on monday, the áifá the supreme court could - even rule oo this right now. "the anti-injunction act" ... says people must first pay a tax ... before it can be challengeddin court. this is not in the internnl revenue code but for the purposes of collection and ss why is this a tax? tax?it seems most of the justices want to make a decision about healthcare now. but at least one of them questioned the government's argument ... saying they panted it both ways. today you're arguing that the &ppenalty is not a tax. tomorro
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arguing that tte penalty is a tax. theeargumentssare expected to 3 tte race for the white house comes to maryland. republican candidate newt gingrich will be in annapolis today.gingrich's visit comes a week after opponent mitt maryland's g-o-p rimary is april 3rd. pee all of our stories on the race for the white house.they are all on our website... fox- baltimore dot com.and remember... all the stories on our website are free. now there's anothhr reason to hate traffic. traffic.it turns out.. coogested roads are costing drivers 1000billion dollars a year in wasted fuel.. anddlost time.that equals 400-dollars that áyouá pay every year!the department of transportation
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simple to use websites, tools, and apps. kim kardashian boobs on the red carpet... whtiney is comign back to the big screen... and bobby brownn heads back to the slammer. brandi proctor is here with headlines this week... aad not for a good reassn? kim k was flour bombed!in case you missed it here is the thrown on her by a woman. womaa.who mutters something i cant hear....and then fur hag...now kim initially laughed it off and declined to press charges... but after sleeping on it and we're sure says she may press charges bc she doesnn want people to thhnk they can gettaway with thht.. i think regardless of how you feel about kim...
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you have to agree hat she canttlet this ride.. what do you think??? 3 well tte irony in it all is that khloeekardashiannwas not only a petaasupporter... she &pposed nnde for them... they say heyre not involved... it's come out that the woman involved is not only a long time peta activist... ut she got an award from the group back in 2010... they also released a snide statement that got khlle all fired up... so much so she posted on her blog that shes not supportiig them anymore... she says they have prrven that they support that kind of behavior... she says bullying and violence is not the answer and shes done with the organization...way to take up for her big sis... we hear there's some newssforr whitney houston fans? whitney houston fann will enjoy... it's hard to believe but this year marks 20 years since the release of the bodyguard...it's cominn back to theaters for just one tomorrow.it's being shown at arunddl mills and the snowden
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sqaure in columbia at 730... now the thing most peoole dont know is that this wasnt the first time this movie was proposed... it was rejected 67 times... it was first ccnceptualized ii bbcause it was too controversial....hen again in the late 70's... diana ross and ryan oneallwwo were dating were cast as the leads.. butt the prrject fell through after their relationship did the 67th time was a charm... the film raked n more than 400 million dollars worldwide... bobby brown can't catch a break.. he was arrested yesterday for riving under the influence.. he was pulledd over yesterday afternoon by the california highwwy patrol phone... we dont know why but they gave him a field sobriety test... which he failed... hh was cuffed and booked for he was cuffed and which he failed... he was cuffed and
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hundreds of people maached in downnown baltimore monday. it was a showing of soladarity for a teenager that has become a symbol of injustice... and the new face for concerns over racial profiling. the harbor, then went on to baltimore police headquaaters before ending at city hall. ms. allwine) "i'm out here because i'm outraged, i was sick, sick when i read about this." (ms. rucker) "i mman what type of message are they sending by saying, ok, you can shoot this young black boy down and you don't get locked ii."" zimmerman killing theh unarmed teenager, who was walking to his father's home in a gated community.. many people believe the shooting was racially motivated. police have not arrested zimmerman, who says e shot in self defense. new deeails have surfacee complicating what exactly happened before theeshooting. shooting.although georgg zimmerman admitted he was old thh night of the 17-year- shooting...believing him to be
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suspicious...an orlando newspaper article reports... zimmerman told police he was actually walking away to his vehicle... when martin piciously attacked him.it also &psurfaced that martin was possession of an empty plastic bag with marijuana residue.the victim's family ays that has nothing to do with the shooting. anddit tears me apart to sit here and listen to the slander that theyyre giving to mm son and listen to noo arresting the murderer of my son soninvestiggtions into the martin shooting are underway at both the state and federal level. cold nights right now could be costly ones for fruit growers ii our area. thh warm winter has put young crops at risk. risk. joel d. smith is live in westminster to see if the extreme measures one farmer took overnight was enough to save his fruit crops from disaster. good morning joel d. 3
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3 rule number one in the broadcaating business is ... the mic is lwaysshot. someone should have reminded the president of that. his mic was open during a private exchange between him and it was all caught on tape. tape.the exchange was captured on cammra as reporters ntered the room where the eeting was taking place.here's what aa this is my lass election. after my election i have more
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flexibility.i understaad you. i transmit this information to vladimir, and i standdwith you. &&p he was baaically asking for time on the issse of the missile defeese system in president's comments.they flexibility... and ann other unspoken plans he might have. the white house says it remains committed to a missile defenss system. &ppresident obama poked fun at himself tuesday for the "open-mic" gaffe he made at &pthe nuclear security suumit i seoul, south korea. the presiddnt jokingly covered up his microphone before approaching the rrssian ppesident.of course... it stemmed from theer earlier exchaage. &pa ghost.. with a sweet tooth. is caught n camera in australi. australia.check outtthis surveellance video. video.you can see .. from multiple angles... a box of fruut roll ups get flung off a sself in this grocery store. there isn'' anyone in the
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aisle that the camera can see. spooky!! turns out ii pays... to be a that people who eat chocolate regularly haveea lower body mass index. innex.and the best part?those chocoholics dddn't consume fewer calories or exercise any more than their heavier counterparts.sciennists think that chocolate increases your metabolism... but warn you not to go overboard.even a high excessive amounts of chocolate. a heart warming soldier reunionnis a heart warming a heart warming soldier 3 reunion is caught on camera... but it's not just his kiis oo his wife who's happy to see im. hii.dog jumppng nats natsthis soldier had just returned home from an 8
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it's officcaa, uarterback tim tebow is nnw a new york jet. and as jeanne moos tells us.... no one's more excited about it.. than tebow himself. stations please note: this
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support tebow and new york says jockey's new billboard at the lincoln tunnel. thee jets used an indoor playing field to accommodate all thh media wanting to cover tebow'' ffrst press conference...and i can tell ya, we're not used to this kind of treatment from a celebrity...it's an honor or all oo you to show up to hear me say a few words.how dare he. this is the kind of treatment we''e used to...stop lying.tebow said nice things about everybody...especialll jets first ssring quarterback mark sanchez, the one he'll play back up to... be stronger together than we would be apart.how much pressure you feeling at this ppint? umm none actually. none?! you expect us to believe it's nn pressure having the world ffmous sandwich to you?i'm gonna tackle the tebow. no, the jjtbow. the etbow.radio show name...why aren't we calling it the blt-bowprobably because not in this 22-dollar w things monstrosity.you ave corn beef, pastami american cheese lettuce and tomato mayonnaise and white bread.usually it's rye bbead and bow represents white breaddanddmayonnaise say (reporter: things's the size of a football.)easier to hike going long incomppete but at
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